This beach is in the older part of Cadiz with lovely views towards the castle and lighthouse. There are a couple of good places to eat just behind it and enjoy a drink or two while admiring the view.
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what a fantastic beach. with the long walk out promenade, unfortunately the gates were closed for some renovation work on yhe tower. you can spend hours just watching the local lads fishing for supper. huge beach for the kids to run riot in complete safety
takes about seven minutes from the old town, not big, but very nice to spent a few hours, found interesting mussels, the water and the sand aren't as clean as in the other beaches of Cadiz
We heard a this wasn't the nicest beach around Cadiz but we loved it. It was clean, had nice views and full of locals which is always a good sign. It also has showers and toilets that are manned and regularly cleaned. There are also...More
Very centrally located beach. The best part is the large concrete patio that provides shade so you don't burn up in the heat.
Hard to believe this beach is well and truly located in the city of Cádiz. It is well maintained and during our 6 day stay in the city we walked by it daily. It is a surfers paradise and is well frequented by families. The...More
This Is The Busiest Beach In Cadiz ( Although I May Have Preferred Playa La Caleta Slightly ). The Beach Is Situated In The North West Of The Peninsula, Between San Sebastian and Santa Catalina Fortresses ( San Sebastian Lies Out On The End Of...More
La Caleta is not only a fine beach, but historical, and a big part of the Cadiz social community. It's not a tourist trap, but enjoyed by locals of all ages. So when you visit, you become part of the community, instead of being an...More
Luckily the beach was just 5 minutes walk away, so easy to get to each day. (It also means it was possible to get back and have lunch at one of many restaurants or tapas bars within minutes.) Although the beach is not huge, it...More